(HBO) – As the COVID-19 pandemic has been gradually controlled, more and more tourists have chosen Son Thuy commune in Mai Chau district as a destination for their holidays, with the number of visitors to the locality since the beginning of this year estimated at 20,000.
With the locality’s exploitation of its potential and
available advantages to develop ecological, community-based and experience
tourism, Son Thuy promises to become an ideal destination for tourists to
explore ethnic cultural identities, and enjoy the beautiful natural landscape
of the northwestern mountainous region.
A panorama of Mai Chau Hideaway Lake Resort in Suoi
Lon hamlet, Son Thuy commune (Mai Chau)
Son Thuy commune has five hamlets adjacent to Hoa Binh lake,
whose advantages are unspoiled natural landscapes, fresh and cool climate, and
convenient transport. It is also home to the Muong, Dao, Thai, Mong, Kinh and
Tay ethnic groups, creating unique features, customs and habits of each ethnic
group in terms of cuisine, cultural lifestyles and costume.
In addition to focusing on exploiting the strength of
ecotourism, many households have invested capital in improving facilities and
building community-based tourist sites. The commune currently has seven
households involved in homestay service in Suoi Lon, Khan Ha and San Sop
hamlets. Visiting here, tourists can learn about cultural identities and
traditional customs and habits of ethnic groups; visit caves, experience
kayaking and trekking; and enjoy local dishes.
Bui Van Dong, Chairman of the commune People's Committee
said: "Making the most of potential and available advantages to develop
tourism into a spearhead economic sector has helped raise people's incomes and
promote economic development. In the coming time, the commune’s Party Committee
and authorities will continue to strengthen the promotion to attract more
investors in tourism development”.
He expressed his hope to receive funding to upgrade
essential infrastructure systems such as electricity, roads and water for daily
activities, and create more unique tourism products, attracting tourists to
visit and experience./.
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